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  1. This recording is from the 20th (that particular source has some portions taken from the 21st, Levee is not one of them). Levee was almost certainly not played at 1/21 (despite what this site has listed under its setlist), and was replaced with How Many More Times in the setlist.
  2. A new source for this show was liberated yesterday by The Dogs of Doom, and this is what was copied by T2K for their upcoming release.
  3. There are two audience tapes of this show. The better quality one was used for the Krishna LP and circulated as a full tape in relatively poor quality until an superior version was shared in 2010. This is what was used for the T2K release, which they falsely claimed was from the master tape. A poor quality alternate source also circulates. The "half a minute clip" you're referring to is not the pro footage, but from an 8mm film. About 20 to 30 minutes of pro footage is confirmed to exist.
  4. That is completely untrue. For the purpose of comparison, I've made this, which switches between the low gen and the T2K release multiple times throughout. The sound quality is identical between the two. Either share this supposed master tape or stop spreading lies.
  5. T2K’s release is identical in sound quality and content to the previous unknown gen that circulated. It’s not an upgrade and certainly not a master tape. weedwacker’s mix is the best using low gen sources for this date, which was uploaded by ZepHead315 here:
  6. According to the original taper, the batteries ran out.
  7. Dub Taylor's mono recording (source 1) was only used for Live at Blueberry Hill. Although the recording contains the acoustic tracks, a stereo recording different than the one used for Rubber Dubber (source 3) was used for the acoustic tracks on Three Days After. I assume Ken and Dub's tape wasn't used due to the third source being in stereo and Dub's tape being in mono. The acoustic tracks weren't available from Dub's recording until the Neutral Zone boot was released in 1989. I assume the reel to reel was a one off done by whoever the YouTube uploader got it from, likely a digital transfer d
  8. Referring to Strider's post of a fake TMOQ Blueberry Hill reel to reel.
  9. That is the third source for Blueberry Hill, which is not the source released on TMOQ Blueberry Hill. The third source was used for the acoustic bonus tracks on Three Days After. The tape sources that exist of the TMOQ source (such as the one used for the Neutral Zone boot) are in the same order as the vinyl and have the same edits.
  10. It is a different recording. It does not have the beginning of Immigrant Song. The second source taper, like the first, pauses the recorder between songs.
  11. I believe that is the second audience source for this date. Not an exclusive, but it's never been torrented to my knowledge, although it has circulated for years. In terms of content, it has a note at the beginning of SIBLY and a minute in Dazed not on source 1. It's very similar to source 1 in sound quality.
  12. That source is the Barry G source, which is in that weedwacker set. What presently circulates runs from the end of Sick Again to the beginning of No Quarter.
  13. I see you've decided to switch accounts again to defend your beloved T2K (or rather, your income stream).
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